Sport Rösler: "The coach is the hero - or the blindest"
Fortuna hopes for climb and see mentally on the advantage
Uwe Rösler cheered, as Fortuna Düsseldorf has already mastered the final spurt for direct Bundesliga rewriting. For a long time, it's not yet, but the dramatic 3: 2 (1: 1) on Monday evening in the second division catching game against Karlsruher SC should be initial ignition and balm at the same time. For the Fortuna, but also for Rösler alone. His satisfaction over the deserved, but in his emergence, the Fortuna Coach could hardly hide the Fortuna Coach.
probably that, which can send so strong Joker into the race. After the virtually last second 3: 2 against the KSC Fortuna Düsseldorf's coach Uwe Rösler fears a lot of headache before the next home game on Saturday against Braunschweig.
The prelude to the series of three home games one behind the other has succeeded for Fortuna Düsseldorf, especially because of the strong Joker, which chose the game against Karlsruhe in the final phase in favor of the homecost team of the league. 33 points from 15 home games have since collected the red-whites, and also because of this dominance at home, suddenly, it is no longer excluded that the fortes are attacking three relegation platz three.
Benches clear in heated Mets-Phillies game
The New York Mets and Philadelphia Phillies cleared benches a few times during a heated game the Phillies won 2-1 on Friday night. Things started in the top of the eighth inning when Phillies reliever Jose Alvarado was pitching. He was facing Dominic Smith in a big spot with runners on second and third and two out. Smith asked for time right before Alvarado was about to throw a full-count pitch and stepped out of the box. Alvarado may have felt like Smith was messing with his rhythm.Alvarado then struck out Smith and began celebrating the big K. He was yelling at Smith, who yelled back. Benches cleared.
Rösler praises "unbridled will"
after good start, Fortuna first lost a bit of the thread, "we were often too hectic in possession," Rösler admits. But he praised the "unbridled will" of the team to turn the game. "At the end it was a bit of Harakiri football. We were then with six, seven people in the box," sums Rösler.
Brandon Borrello pointed out at this phase, Emmanuel Iyoha was involved in the winning goal, and of course Shinta Appelkamp, one of the favorite students of Rösler, because the youngster under the direction of the experienced coach magnificently developed magnificently.
Appelkamp: "Despite all setbacks, we have always believed"
"that was the most dramatic game that I have experienced as a professional so far," said the late scorer Appelkamp. "That the ball jumps to me over the latte was of course happy, but ultimately does not matter. We have always believed in it despite all setbacks, and that has paid off."
Jerry Rice, Walter Payton and the 30 best HBCU football players of all time
Ranking the 30 best HBCU football players of all time, which includes legendary Hall of Famers such as Jerry Rice and Walter Payton. Historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) have a long and storied history of iconic football. HBCUs have just as long an account of putting great footbal l players in the NFL. Current players like Darius Leonard (South Carolina State) and Tarik Cohen (North Carolina A&T) have impacted the league. Players like John Taylor (Alabama A&M) and Steve McNair (Alcorn State) had Super Bowl moments to remember. HBCUs were often the only place that recruited black players to play football until the early 1980s.
Rösler's change at any rate brought new momentum, and as always, the question arises: Did the coach had a golden knuckle with his jokers? Or would he have some of the candidates who convinced in the final phase have to prove from the beginning?
Namely, Dawid Kownacki hung as a storm tip completely, even if he turned nerve strong the penalty. And Edgar Prib also receives a chance in the central midfield and then does not pay back with performance.
Rösler: "There's a lot of headache before"
to the game on Saturday against Braunschweig, some alternatives are pushing up. "The people we have switched are quality players," says Rösler. "Of course, some can raise the claim to play again from the beginning. There is a lot of headaches before."
Not for the first time, the chef coach has caught up, the coaching team has made correct decisions in the course of a game and brought in the game. "But that's the way," says Rösler laconically, "as a coach you are a week of hero, and a week of the blindest that runs around." In any case, he enjoyed the hard victory in the fullest. It's also clear: Already at a draw, the season would have been for Fortuna - now she can actually intervene with two home wines against teams from the lower regions (Braunschweig, Aue) at the ideal course in the fight for square 3.
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